Stories by Paul Krill
Web browser makers Google, Microsoft, Apple, and Mozilla have forged a cross-browser benchmark initiative, called Interop 2022.
Looking to make web developers more productive, Microsoft has begun integrating its Edge Developer Tools into Visual Studio.
The next version of standard Java seems poised to include a foreign function and memory API, a vector API, pattern matching for switch expressions, universal generics, and more.
Visual Studio Code 1.65, the latest release of Microsoft’s popular source code editor, brings improvements to editor history navigation.
More than one-third of professional Java developers surveyed by Perforce JRebel were using the eight-year-old version of Java for their main application.
AWS Lambda users now can write event-driven, serverless functions in the latest version of Microsoft .NET which improves logging and traceability.
Update to the GitLab devops platform introduces chainable security approval policies as the replacement for the deprecated Vulnerability-Check feature.
Next version of Microsoft’s flagship programming language for .NET development will also simplify the syntax for parameter null checking.
Microsoft has released a preview of .NET 7 with the promise of improved support for cloud-native and container scenarios in the planned next version.
Use of the Rust programming language is on the rise, with respondents to a recent survey about the language reporting an uptick in weekly usage.
Visual Studio 2022 version 17.1 is now generally available for production use, while Visual Studio 2022 version 17.2 is available in a preview.
In the midst of celebrating the 20th anniversary of its .NET software development platform, Microsoft has plans to release an initial preview of .NET 7.
Microsoft has posted end of support timelines and suggested upgrade paths for users of Visual Studio 2012, Visual Studio 2017, and Visual Studio 2019.
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